When 10 catches the ball he can run through a flow chart: What part of the field am I on? if in our 50m, Kick Flow. If in their 50m, Run Flow. Kick Flow 1. is one of the back 3 missing/out of place? If yes kick to that space. If not… 2. bomb between … More Flyhalf Decision Making Model
If the 10 or 12 get the ball off of 1st phase, the defense is perfectly set up and targeting them. Every playmakers dream is to run onto quick 2nd or 3rd phase ball, with a defense still trying to reset. This is why we run a 9 ball or 10 ball forward pod. To … More 2nd Phase Ball
Different game plans require different player roles.Rugby has changed a lot in the last decade.We went from huge packs, ball possession supremacy, and training ground backline moves, to huge backs, field position supremacy, and multiple-phase play chess battles. There are many different ways to think about what each position requires and that comes down to … More How Do I Know My Best Position?
The 9, 10, & 12 are the Drivers of our attack. The 9 controls the “Tight” game. The 10 controls the “Flat” game. The 12 controls the “Wide” game. We play a series of options off the 9 at ruck time with the objective being to suck in the defense and prepare the way for … More Tight, Flat, Wide Game Management
The perfect team and tactics only lasts for a season. But the friendships we form, and the culture we build with each other, lasts for a lifetime. Levels of intimacy and managing expectations: In any club most of us will have +-3 best friends, +-10 good friends, and +-30 team mates. We don’t have to … More The Relational Side of Rugby